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  • Bionatorbionator

    Bionator I

    The Bionator I is used for the correction of Class II malocclusions with a deep bite. It can serve to stimulate alveolar growth for patients with a deep overbite while gaining space and correcting an open bite in mixed dentition cases. The design incorporates fluted grooves in the posterior section along with an anterior bite plate to allow posterior eruption allowing lower facial height. We place an anterior cap for stability as the lower advances into position with the upper.

     

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  • Bionator with Posterior Coveragebionator with posterior acrylic

    Bionator II

    The Bionator II is used to correct Class II malocclusions with an open bite. The appliance has an open anterior section to allow growth of the incisors while incorporating a posterior bite plate to prevent vertical eruption. Ideally, treatment starts should range from 8-11 years old, and recommended wear time is 21-23 hours a day.

     

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  • Flip Lock Class II HerbstFlip Lock Class II Herbst

    Flip Lock Herbst

    The Flip Locks’ patented design has no pins, screws or springs, and it introduces a unique flip-lock mechanism for fast activation and improved clinical efficiency. The Flip-Lock HERBST provides easy activation, extensive range of motion and free lateral mandibular movement for increased patient comfort. Its unique design ensures normal chewing, swallowing, speech and breathing – which, in turn, leads to better treatment compliance.

    Herbst Treatment will last 6-12 months. Activate expander 1-3x per day if present.  Watch how to activate of the appliance.

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  • Hanks Class II Correcting HerbstHanks Class II Correcting Herbst

    Hanks Herbst

    The Hanks Herbst appliance provides an exceptional function in class II orthodontic correction. This appliance repositions the mandible forward to allow for the adaptation of the muscular, skeletal and dental components utilizing a simple to install the telescopic component on the buccal. The Hanks is easy and efficient because screws are integrated directly into the telescoping mechanism reducing the chance for small pieces falling into the patients’ mouth. Its unique ball and socket design provide unrestricted lateral excursion and unparalleled patient comfort. We recommend the Herbst for those difficult patients who have compliance issues with removable appliances.

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  • Mini Scope Class II HerbstHanks Class II Correcting Herbst

    Mini Scope Herbst

    The Mini Scope Herbst appliance provides an exceptional function in class II orthodontic correction. This appliance repositions the mandible forward to allow for the adaptation of the muscular, skeletal and dental components utilizing a telescopic element on the buccal. The telescoping mechanism will not disengage like a traditional Herbst® appliance, substantially reducing the number of emergency appointments. The mini-scope arms are secured using the provided Apple core screws which provide exceptional mobility and free lateral movement reducing appliance breakage. We recommend the Herbst for those difficult patients who have compliance issues with removable appliances.

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  • rickanatorrickanator

    Rick-o-nator

    Rick-o-nator appliance can treat mandibular and vertical deficiencies in a simple design. Based on the wax bite, a wire is bent and welded to the bands, and an anterior ramp is processed allowing movement of the lower jaw forward. This appliance works in conjunction with brackets reducing treatment time.

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  • Twin Block

    The Twin Block is a removable appliance that utilizes acrylic blocks formed in conjunction to pull the mandible forward. Our standard Twin Block incorporates an upper mid line screw also. The phase II retainer helps retain the bite until the bicuspids have erupted into the occlusion and posterior contact is established. Twin block treatment can be done in two steps, first with an active Twin Block and second with the Phase 2 Twin Block to support the correction. After this functional appliance phase is complete, fixed orthodontic treatment is necessary for the settling of occlusion and maintenance of the skeletal correction achieved and correction of any remaining dental discrepancy. Note: When sending a Twin Block case, please be sure to provide accurate models and a bite registration to aid in accuracy.

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